During a recent Spurs game, Mike Bacsik (@mikebacsik) wrote despicable tweets that would make most people cringe. Today, Peter Burns (@peterburnsradio) and Bruce Bowen (@bowen12) hosted Mike to talk about the situation. Unfortunately, the discussion between Bruce and Peter turned sour. Each was passionate about their position. Mike was wrong, undoubtedly, and some suggest that [...]
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Marcus and I have been friends since the 90′s. Since Bill Clinton was President. Since Motorola introduced the StarTac. Since he chewed on my loaned pen (I didn’t take it back). Recently, I’ve been enjoying his tweets as he’s become really active on Twitter. Marcus is known as @mlnorvell4 and recently he made it his [...]
This morning I watched the new Best Buy Twelpforce commercial (@twelpforce) where a gentleman stands up in the middle of a football field and proclaims his need for a new tv. Best Buy’s team of people, known on Twitter as the Twelpforce respond to him from the bleachers suggesting an LED tv. He responds back [...]
The importance of saying please and thank you
Welcome to the first installment of Nan the Power User. You’ll see me pop in from time to time with reviews, tips, tricks and ideas with a business twist. I’m the Chief Inspiration Officer at Salesby5, a marketing and consulting group in San Antonio, TX, where we dramatically increase sales for companies and organizations. Additionally, [...]
When I wrote my #FollowFriday post I had a ton of Twitter user names that I was too lazy to link. Fortunately, @larsreineke created Twitter Name Replacer, a WordPress Plugin. According to his site, “In every post it replaces @sometwitterusername with @sometwitterusername It recognizes mail addresses and skips them. If you precede the username with [...]
Follow Friday on Twitter is where Twitter users recommend people other Twitter users should follow.
Considering the economy and the difficult job market, it’s an especially important time for new graduates to be well prepared for success, especially online. The wonderful part about this time in history is how connected and accessible recruiters, executives and decision makers are online. This means easier access for the folks that are leveraging the [...]
Personal branding and when no one cares about you.
How we landed our church on @mashable